Please note: this review is for the 2009 season rather than the current season.

Terror on the Fox

by burial_screamer after attending on Thursday, October 15, 2009 at about 2 p.m.

Fun Factor: Very High Fear Factor: Medium


So those who know me, know that I love haunted house, so this was my first stop out of three haunted houses. When in line there was not many people there so I just went with the combo package instead of a VIP package. So entering the haunted house they had the train, the train was good but was not one of my favorites. We got off the train and was split up, one way was the main house the other was the combo line. I would have to say the tent haunts were my favorite. These were my favorite due to entertainment value. Between a nurse get lifted off her feet and thrown to a wall to the dark mazes. The other part I loved was the tour guide in the holiday section of the test. This actor never broke character was crack jokes about all the rooms, he was great. If you are looking for the vortex the tent haunts are the way to go because it is inside. Overall spending the extra money to go through the extra haunts is well worth it. When we finshed the tents we were off the the main haunt. As the boys are know for they put on a great main attraction, between the new prop, added detail and expanded rooms. There was one part it didn't like in both area and that was the air bag things. I hated the feeling of not having control.(hated in a good way, scared way). Once again great job on the cave looks like it has been expanded again and then you end up in the railway tunnel. What I was disappointed about was the number of actors in the house, seemed as if they were low numbered, however I did go on a off night(thursday)


Overall Terror on the Fox is still one of my favorite haunted house, and design wise hands down the greatest, keep it up bad boys. Good luck with the rest of year number 13.

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April 21st, 2024 11:42 a.m. CDT 24.01